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In the end Roald Dahl and Steven Spielberg won with The BFG as it takes the number 1 spot on its debut weekend of release with a very respectable £5.3 million
The film was considered a flop in the US but the stories are considered classics in the UK and parents have passed down books from generation to generation and this is reflected in the box office.
Almost as much loved, and celebrating 50 years this year is Star Trek, and to celebrate we have Star Trek Beyond which this week makes its debut at 2.
A weekend take of £4.7 million wasn't enough to see it debut at the top, and even more worrying is this is half as much as Star Trek Into Darkness, and lower than the original reboot.
The positive reviews may help the path ahead but this is definitely a diminishing series and with a fourth film already planned who knows what the future holds.
Also new this week are André Rieu's 2016 Maastricht Concert which had a couple of shows this last weekend is new at 3.
A year ago
This time last year Pixars Inside Out made its debut at the top of the box office knocking Ant-Man into second place.
Five years ago
Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 2 made it a second week at the top while the top new film was Cars 2 at number 2.
Ten years ago
For a second weekend Pirates of The Caribbean: Dead Mans Chest was the top film while the highest new film was The Break UP at number 2.
Fifteen years ago
New at the top was Jurassic Park III while Shrek fell from the top into second place.
Twenty year ago
Disneys The Hunchback of Notre Dame made its debut at the top leaving Mission:Impossible to fall into second place.
Twenty five years ago
Kevin Coster was the big star of the era and debuted Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves at the top of the charts after lots of hype, while Thelma and Louise fell to number 3.